THE chief minister has outlined services provided to Sark by Guernsey.
SARK’S four latest additions to Chief Pleas – all of whom have connections to the local government – have voiced their eagerness to tackle the ‘big issues’ facing islanders.
RESIDENTS of Sark began to arrive this morning to vote in four new local politicians to help ‘move the island into the future’.
SARK’S Carnival Committee rounded off its fundraising work this year with a presentation of £41,000 at the Island Hall.
THE focus on Sark’s economy intensified this week with workshops, a presentation by representatives from the larger Channel Islands and a drop-in session managed by the Guernsey Enterprise Agency for those looking to improve or to set up a business in Sark.
WHILE Guernsey’s ‘chancellor’ has been outlining his Budget proposals – a modest package based on prudence, responsibility and stability – Sark has been coming to terms with its own, far more damaging equivalent.
TWO conseillers have been temporarily ‘parachuted’ onto Sark’s Road Traffic Committee following the latest resignations from Chief Pleas.
SARK has become synonymous in recent years as much for its divisions as its sense of community yet this week’s tale of a dramatic sea rescue shows the island at its best.
A DRAMATIC rescue operation saved two islanders from drowning at the weekend after a speedboat crashed into rocks just off Sark in darkness.
A COUPLE who first locked eyes when they were youngsters returned to their honeymoon island to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.